Amy Begg ’97

Hometown: Watertown, MA
Degree(s): Bachelors in Social Science Education
Class Year(s): 1997


Current or previous employer and a brief professional summary:

I serve as the Deputy Director of Research at Harvard University’s Office of Alumni Affairs and Development.  I also work as a prospect research consultant providing services to more than thirty non-profit organizations, including schools, museums, civic and youth organizations, hospitals and religious organizations in Boston, New York and Washington, DC.  Prior to joining Harvard, I was the director of research at the YMCA of Greater New York. I am a member of the New England Development Researchers Association board of directors.

Why did you choose Plymouth State?

I chose Plymouth State because of the people and the small classroom size.

How do you spend your “free” time?

My free time is filled with my family, skiing and doing yoga.

What inspired you to serve on the PSUAA Board of Directors?

I felt I was in a place where I was able to give back to the institution that gave me so much.

What do you hope to accomplish as a member of the PSUAA Board of Directors?

As a member of the board, I hope that we continue to find new ways for alumni to engage and re-engage with the institution.

Why is it important for alumni to stay connected with Plymouth State?

It is important to stay connected to Plymouth because of all the wonderful things that are happening on campus. It is a wonderful community to be a part of.

Favorite book, movie, or TV Show?

Scandal and The Blacklist are my guilty pleasures.